To Be Always June

June 30, 2012


Fresh garden peas

Vine-ripening strawberries

“I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June.”
— Lucy Maud Montgomery

What would it be like indeed — a life of strawberries and raspberries, fresh garden peas, roses, long days.  I guess I’d still choose a world with four seasons.  Perpetual summer would be just too much of a good thing.

How about you?

10 Responses to “To Be Always June”

  1. janebubnis Says:

    eating strawberries…juice red as june on my lips…everything is sweet.

  2. I would love it…one of my favorite garden quotes..

  3. Chris Says:

    I agree with you, Rosemary…I don’t think we would love it as much as we do, if everyday were June!! Although, maybe one year of it might be nice!! 🙂

  4. Sallyann Says:

    I think our June has been the wettest on record this year, but I do love the long days … and the flowers … and the trees … and the …

  5. a little chilly over here. We’d run out of firewood!

    • Rosemary Says:

      I can relate. Today is the first sunny day in Seattle in ages. Summer hasn’t really started here yet.

  6. garden.poet Says:

    Ohh, those berries and peas look gorgeous. But I don’t know what I’d do without all the other seasons. I guess eternal June would make it less precious.

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